Although I don't really have the knowledge/experience with scalpers that many of you likely do, I think the majority of us have either witnessed it in some way, or seen the remains afterwards. These days, it seems like the majority of toylines (or action figure lines in particular) that are in the aisles, have to be collector-driven. Aside from the occasional kid-rush during new movie times, I would say overall they are more interested in Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, etc., and maybe the occasional superhero figures (usually Spidey or Bats). Anyways, of what you have witnessed, what line do you think is the worst scalper fodder nowadays?
Star Wars is always a tough find when they are new releases, but I don't know if it is quite as bad as it used to be. They do still get bought up a lot I think, but with some cases (VOTC for one), it might just be collectors buying them up. The ROTJ VOTC wave in particular has a lot of shortpacks, and it basically just takes one or two people picking up a figure each and they are gone. I continue to see a fair amount of scalper-like people checking out the LOTR stuff from time to time, although there hasn't been anything new here since the Morgul Lord wave. I'm not familiar with all of the lines, and don't always check them out, but of the ones I do (and read about), I think Marvel Legends might be one of the worst right now. The fact that many figures are being shortpacked now doesn't help much, but I haven't seen anything other than Nick Furys, Silver Surfers, Colossus, etc. hanging around here anymore. I'm not sure if the newer figures have even shown up here yet, but if they have, they are gone rather quickly. Anyways, what line do you think is the most scalperrific nowadays?